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of the shining moments in american history was navigating our way through the civil rights era. barack obama is part of a 500 year journey. he didn't just fall out of the heavens. he traveled around the world, and people see him as a shining example of what america has done and what they are capable of, so we shall overcome is son all ungr the world. -- is s all over the world. >> blowing in the wind, if i had a hammer, these were son when the walls came down in the soviet union. we were invited to sing at the first anniversary of the bloodless revolution in the philippines, because nuns were putting flowers in the muscles muzzles of tanks, -- guns and tanks. in order to mobilize, we need to do it from the heart, not just the intellect, and the sad thing , if you of this sort just here -- free, we shallbe all be free ♪ someday ♪ all be free heart ♪n my that we shall overcome some day ♪ eloquence of the music transcends anything i could say. is about loving each other. it's about loving each other, and we stand on the shoulders of gay and lesbian rights, on the shoulders of the civil
backlasió low-wage employeesjf to work on thanksgiving. the movement is gaining momentum. president obama called for higher wages in a speech this wu >> i'm going to keep pushing until we get a higher minimum wage for hard-working americans across the entire country. it will be good for ouÑo econom. it will be goodt( for our families. >> some ec.6mmistsxd argue raisg the minimum wage could hurt the very people it'sq intended to help by killingxd jobs and pushg prices up. joiningçó me now to see discuss this further are ron unz with the higher wages alliance andÑi ken jacobs with the u.c.çg7çñrx berkeley labor center. before welp dive into the discussion, let's look at what it's like to live on less than $10 anok hour through the eyesç one fastçó food worker. >> my name is guadalupe salazar. içó work at mcdonald's forxd 18 months jfalready. i work drive-thru window doing cashiering, taking orders. >> guadalupe salazar worksfá a 5:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. shift at the mcdonald's in oakland's east mont mall. >> i love workingrat mcdonald's. i love@ákingjf caret( ñ the customers. t
>> you talk about president obama and his campaign and his opposition to the revolving door. let me play you an excerpt from one of his speeches. >> but the american people deserve more than simply an assurance that those who are coming to washington will serve their interests. they also deserve to know that there are rules on the books to keep it that way. they deserve a government that is truly of, by, and for the people. as i often said during the campaign, we need to make the white house the people's house. and we need to close the revolving door that lets lobbyists come into government freely, and lets them use their time in public service as a way to promote their own interests over the interests of the american people when they leave. >> and what happened? >> they have put this law in place, "we won't have lobbyists in the white house." they kept making exceptions. they -- there have been a number of people who they have waived that rule for. but ultimately, i think what's happened is more on the other end. you said people leaving the white house to go right to k street. you've h
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